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  1. Layne
    Layne at |

    So if the dynamic pricing has already gone into effect for travel as of June 1, aren’t there roughly a few days of availability that would give some sort of an insight of what these award prices are?

    When the rumor mongering started about Skymiles converting to revenue driven several years ago I pooh-poohed a lot of it as reading too few tea leaves with too much gloom and doom, but virtually everything the pessimists predicted has now come to pass. The only shoe left to drop is making elite status completely spend based. Can’t imagine that isn’t coming.

  2. Larry
    Larry at |

    Glad that JFK-SEA is not affected (though it also does not receive the full Delta One treatment).

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